Holiday Cheer - Poem by Carolyn Brunelle
'Tis the season to be jolly
but it's not the music, the tinsel
or the twinkling holiday cheer
that brings them here;
the steady streams of them
that slowly pad in on their own
push themselves on walkers
or are rolled in wheelchairs.
'Tis also the season for colds, pneumonia,
flu shots and blood draws;
when Doctors, Nurses, Clinics and Labs
minister to the masses
in the hope that Santa
can bring good health to all.
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